His explanations of the game and what it's about in terms of gameplay and story are kind of scatterbrained, but nonetheless it's cool to see MJR playing. I think he's a little harsh on the game, though.
Shivers 2 is one of my favorites from late Sierra. It has some clever puzzles (and maybe too many slider/tile/board puzzles) to go along with atmospheric music and visuals. I remember being very impressed with the ability to spin the camera around 360 degrees versus just having still slides.
Oh, and Happy Halloween!
Feeling a SHIVER down your spine? Not sure which way to turn? You might want to come here and ask for clues and hints about SHIVERS and SHIVERS II.
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